The New Hyundai Amica

Two Trim Levels

Amica returns to the UK showrooms in two well equipped trim levels. The entry-level GSI specification provides power steering, a split-folding (50:50) rear seat, driver’s airbag, tinted glass, boot light, ABS, front electric windows and a stereo RDS sound system with CD player.

For just £500 more, the CDX matches the base GSI trim and adds: keyless entry, remote central locking, front fog lamps, alloy wheels, air-conditioning and leather trim for the steering wheel and gear knob, body-coloured door mirrors and handles and rear spoiler.

Across the range, the on-the-road prices are lower than they were at the time of the original Amica launch in the UK, in 2000, in spite of the introduction of a new and more powerful engine and the improvement in equipment specifications.

Model Range and Prices

The Amica model range comprises three versions: 1.1 GSI, 1.1 CDX and 1.1 CDX auto in a range of fresh, modern colours:

Model On-The-Road Price
Amica 1.1 GSI £5,995
Amica 1.1 CDX £6,495
Amica 1.1 CDX auto £7,345

Mica or metallic paint finishes are extra-cost options, priced £295.


Amica combines a spacious interior with a new look, designed to appeal to a wide range of buyers. The roofline is lower to enhance the car’s aerodynamics and improve balance and proportions. Front and rear overhangs are kept to a minimum to accentuate the Amica’s compact feel and easy manoeuvrability, and maximise interior space.

The simple interior offers plenty of headroom and high levels of functionality and standard equipment. A split folding rear seat is also available for greater convenience.

Significantly, for an about-town car, at 342 cubic feet, the Amica boasts class-leading boot space with plenty of room for the weekly shop.

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Published : 04/03/06 Author : Melanie Carter

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